During the last couple of days I worked hard on some new features for elevenrack.net, which I hope will improve the user experience of the website and will drive more visitors and users. I am happy to share the latest additions today. Improved Search The search functionality now supports search by letter, artist and preset … Continue reading “Open API, HTML5 Widgets, Improved Search, Session Caching and Favorites Bar for ElevenRack.net”
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Hiding emails from spam bots can be really painful, but fortunately there are a lot of cool solutions out there. Here’s how you can do this with the CSS3 generated content and reversed text direction. Let’s say that email you want to obfuscate is firstname.lastname@example.org. The first thing you need to do it to reverse … Continue reading “Hiding Emails from Spam Bots: The CSS3 Way”
The post for today is not something really special or super amazing. It’s just a quick and dirty trick that I use when I have to create inline forms for selecting files in which the actual input is hidden, and users click some text node (link, button, etc) that opens the browse for file dialog, … Continue reading “How to Create an Inline Masked File Upload Form with CSS3 and HTML5”
During the past two days my website was down, and none of the supporting websites was working either. The problem is now fixed and I am back. Enjoy and thanks for the patience and support, fellows!